The conference

EDULEARN22, the 14th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, was held in-person in Palma (Spain) on 4th - 6th of July, 2022.

Publication details

EDULEARN22 proceedings

Title: EDULEARN22 Proceedings

ISBN: 978-84-09-42484-9 / ISSN: 2340-1117
doi: 10.21125/edulearn.2022
Publisher: IATED
Publication year: 2022

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About the conference

EDULEARN22 Conference Proceedings contain selected and revised papers that were presented at the 14th annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies.

EDULEARN22 was held in Palma (Spain) on the 4th-6th July 2022. Every year, EDULEARN brings together lecturers and researchers from universities and educational institutions from all over the world. This edition welcomed participants from 79 different countries, ensuring a geographic diversity and a multicultural environment.

The main objective of EDULEARN22 was to offer a meeting point for educational experts to share and discuss their experiences and projects on education, pedagogical technologies, and educational innovations.

Aim and scope:
The scope of EDULEARN22 included the following topics:
Experiences in Education
Pedagogical Innovations in Education
Career Development and Training
Educational in Research
Collaboration Projects and Networks
Computer Supported Collaboration
Emerging Technologies in Education
Educational Software & Serious Games

Moreover, IATED aims to publish conference proceedings that contain original research articles of high quality meeting the expected ethical standards. The language of the publication was exclusively English. Authors publishing in EDULEARN22 sign the IATED copyright transfer form. IATED shall guarantee the high technical and professional quality of the publications and that good practice and ethical standards are maintained. More information about the publication ethics of IATED is available at:

Conference Program

The conference program offered different keynote speeches, parallel thematic sessions and dynamic, interactive workshops.

Invited international experts from across the world participated actively in the plenary and special sessions:

EDULEARN22 also provided many different networking activities where participants shared and discussed different education perspectives and new learning and teaching technologies.

Videos: Keynote Speeches

The keynote presentations were live-streamed, recorded, and are publicly available at IATED Talks.

Keynote speech by Wayne Holmes: Artificial Intelligence and Education. A Critical Studies Perspective

Keynote Speech by Stephen Heppell: The aggregation of marginal learning gains: why they matter so much for the future of Learning

Videos: Interviews

Conference pictures

International EDULEARN22 Program Committee

In its 14th edition, EDULEARN included delegates from renowned international universities, higher education and research institutions, schools, as well as public educational bodies and NGOs.

We thank the programme committee members who conducted a peer review process to guarantee the quality of the presentations and contributions. The following points were evaluated: information content, general structure, relevance, originality, relation to the conference topics and disciplines.

Finally, we wish to thank all members, participants and delegates who were actively involved in this EDULEARN conference and who supported it to make it possible. Such a positive outcome would not have been possible without your dedication and motivation for education.

The International Program Committee consisted of members coming from many different countries and all continents.

Complete name Affiliation Country
Alexander Mikroyannidis The Open University UNITED KINGDOM
Aline Grunewald Nichele Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
Ana Lucas Universidade Europeia / Laureate International Universities PORTUGAL
Ana Paula Lopes Polytechnic Institute of Oporto PORTUGAL
Anamarija Štefić Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek CROATIA
Andrew Youde The University of Huddersfield UNITED KINGDOM
Anemona Peres Frontex POLAND
Asako Ohno Osaka Sangyo University JAPAN
Bob Barrett American Public University UNITED STATES
Boza Tasic Ryerson University CANADA
Bozena Mannova Czech Technical University in Prague CZECH REPUBLIC
Chang-Tik Chan Monash University Malaysia MALAYSIA
Chiew Hong Ng National Institute of Education SINGAPORE
Elena Savova University of Library Studies and Information Technologies BULGARIA
Fausto Brevi Politecnico di Milano ITALY
Filomena Soares Polytechnic of Porto PORTUGAL
Hanna-Riitta Kymäläinen University of Helsinki FINLAND
Helen Reddy University of Nottingham UNITED KINGDOM
Iolie Nicolaidou Cyprus University of Technology CYPRUS
Jana Bérešová University of Trnava SLOVAKIA
Jane Davies University of Nottingham MALAYSIA
Kathleen O'Sullivan University College Cork IRELAND
Laura Zizka Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne / HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland SWITZERLAND
Leonor Silva de Mattos University of Hertfordshire UNITED KINGDOM
Louise Robson University of Sheffield UNITED KINGDOM
Manuel Gericota Polytechnic of Porto PORTUGAL
Maria Luisa Spreafico Politecnico di Torino ITALY
Maria Susy Rogers The University of South Wales UNITED KINGDOM
Marion Milton Unviersity of Notre Dame AUSTRALIA
Martina Bode University of Illinois at Chicago UNITED STATES
Michelle Flood Royal College of Surgeons IRELAND
Monika Jakubiak Maria Curie-Sklodowska University POLAND
Nathalie Wesseling Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences NETHERLANDS
Polona Gradišek University of Ljubljana SLOVENIA
Rebecca Allen Mount St. Joseph University UNITED STATES
Sean Lancastle University of Bristol UNITED KINGDOM
Siobhan O'Sullivan Khalifa University in Medical Education UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Suzy Connor Kyushu University JAPAN
Teemu Patala Context Learning Finland Oy FINLAND
Teresa Cardoso Universidade Aberta, LE@D PORTUGAL
Thomas Rachfall Hochschule Merseburg GERMANY
Tunde Szecsi Florida Gulf Coast University UNITED STATES
Victor Fester University of Waikato NEW ZEALAND
Victoria Brennan Liverpool John Moores University UNITED KINGDOM
Wayne Bailey The University of Huddersfield UNITED KINGDOM
Wendy Gorton EdTechTeam UNITED STATES

Conference Session Chairs

Full name Affiliation Country
Abdelhak Oulmane Polytechnique Montréal CANADA
Adam Frost University of Manchester UNITED KINGDOM
Amtiaz Fattum The Arab Academic College for Education - Haifa ISRAEL
Ann Conway Technological University Dublin IRELAND
Asta Daunoriene Kaunas University of Technology LITHUANIA
Ayelet Weizman Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts ISRAEL
Bernhard Bengler Hawai'i Pacific University UNITED STATES
Bert Zulauf Heinrich-Heine-University of Düsseldorf GERMANY
Bettina Fuhrmann Vienna University of Economics and Business AUSTRIA
Bob Barrett American Public University UNITED STATES
Dale Reed University of Illinois Chicago UNITED STATES
Debby Cotton Plymouth Marjon University UNITED KINGDOM
Denis Liakin Concordia University CANADA
Desiree Cranfield Swansea University UNITED KINGDOM
Doris Elster University of Bremen GERMANY
Emmanuel Glakpe Howard University UNITED STATES
Farshid Zabihian California State University, Sacramento UNITED STATES
Gary Wingenbach Texas A&M University UNITED STATES
Guenter Tusch Grand Valley State University UNITED STATES
Gunnar Oskarsson University of Iceland ICELAND
Hanna Haydar Brooklyn College - City University of New York UNITED STATES
Ilze Kacane Daugavpils University LATVIA
Jana Bérešová Trnava University SLOVAKIA
Jennifer Robinson University of Arizona Global Campus UNITED STATES
Jens Siemon University of Hamburg GERMANY
Jim Playfoot White Loop UNITED KINGDOM
Julie Smith Webster University UNITED STATES
Karen Eini Ruppin Academic Center ISRAEL
Kathrin Bierwirth Institute for Social Research and Social Economy GERMANY
Katia Karadjova Georgia Southern University UNITED STATES
Keith Buckley Rollins College UNITED STATES
Kelvin Sung University of Washington UNITED STATES
Kjetil Falkenberg KTH Royal Institute of Technology SWEDEN
Laura Mason Swansea University UNITED KINGDOM
Lecia Barker University of Colorado Boulder UNITED STATES
Liam Morgan University of Technology Sydney AUSTRALIA
Louis Babineau Université du Québec à Rimouski CANADA
Luís Moreira Colégio Casa Mãe PORTUGAL
Mangala Tawde Queensborough CC, CUNY UNITED STATES
Manuela Milani Humanitas University ITALY
Maria Luisa Spreafico Politecnico di Torino ITALY
Maria Susy Rogers University of South Wales UNITED KINGDOM
Marie-Pierre Gagnon Université Laval CANADA
Marilyn Dono-Koulouris St. John's University UNITED STATES
Mario Mäeots University of Tartu ESTONIA
Marta Fuentes Agustí Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona SPAIN
Martina Bode University of Illinois at Chicago UNITED STATES
Martina König University of Applied Sciences, FH JOANNEUM Graz AUSTRIA
Martino Pavignano Politecnico di Torino ITALY
Meital Amzalag Holon Institute of Technologies ISRAEL
Mercedes Valiente Lopez Universidad Politécnica de Madrid SPAIN
Merja Laamanen University of Jyväskylä FINLAND
Michael Dorff Brigham Young University UNITED STATES
Michal Menšík Moravian Business College Olomouc CZECH REPUBLIC
Michelle R. Weise National University System UNITED STATES
Mohsen Dorodchi University of North Carolina at Charlotte UNITED STATES
Monica Dugo Virtual Internships UNITED KINGDOM
Omar Blibech Gulf University BAHRAIN
Pamela Brett MacLean University of Alberta CANADA
Pernilla Falkenberg Josefsson Södertörns University SWEDEN
Rebecca Allen Mount St. Joseph University UNITED STATES
Reed Stevens Northwestern University UNITED STATES
Roslyn Johnson-McCurry Southern Crescent Technical College UNITED STATES
Sami Ammar Polytechnique Montréal CANADA
Stephen Heppell Universidad Camilo José Cela SPAIN
Taija Chaya Votkin Aalto University FINLAND
Thomas Rachfall HS Merseburg GERMANY
Vegard Johansen NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology NORWAY
Wayne Holmes University College London UNITED KINGDOM

Conference sponsors

The sponsor of this conference was Oracle Academy. The Oracle Academy helps more than 2.5 million students in 102 countries gain the computer science skills they need to succeed in their chosen careers. Oracle Academy works with Ministries of Education, education authorities, governments and educational institutions worldwide to provide computer science curriculum, resources and teacher/faculty training that are truly fit for purpose in today's digital era.